Our Team

Dr. Amy Hamm

Dr. Amy Hamm graduated from the University of California Davis with a DVM degree in 2014. She earned her B.S. in Animal Science from the University of California Davis in 2010. Her interests in veterinary medicine includes small ruminant medicine (sheep & goats), ophthalmology, soft tissue surgery, and senior wellness. Also, she has a soft spot for dachshunds!

In her free time, Dr. Hamm enjoys spending her time outdoors hiking, paddle boarding, kayaking, and camping with her dogs. She is the proud owner of a Golden Retriever named Honey Hamm and a happy Pitbull mix named Tubby.

Dr. Rachel Williams

Dr. Rachel Williams is a Central Oregon native and was raised on a farm in Powell Butte. Growing up on a farm created a passion for caring for animals and Rachel has wanted to be a veterinarian ever since. She attended Oregon State University and received her B.S. in Animal Sciences in 2009. She also attended Oregon State University for veterinary school and graduated in June of 2013. Dr. Rachel Williams is interested in mixed animal practice and would be honored to meet and serve you, your livestock and your pets.
In addition to practicing veterinary medicine, Rachel enjoys the outdoors, watching and playing sports, reading a good book, and especially spending time with her husband, Nick, her cat and two dogs.

Dr Scott L. Davis

After graduating from Crook County High School in 1981, Dr Scott L. Davis attended Eastern Oregon University and subsequently Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Graduating in 1990. Dr Davis practiced in Montana for 7 years before returning home to Oregon in 1997. After establishing a large animal mobile practice: He purchased Ochoco Small Animal Clinic from Dr. Gene Nance in July of 1999. The practice then became a mixed animal practice serving both large and small animals, so the name was changed to Hometown Animal Hospital. Subsequently Dr Davis started a cattle herd health and ranch consulting business under the name of Cattlyst PC.

Currently his focus is cattle herd health and small animal orthopedic surgery. In his off time, Dr Davis enjoys bird hunting, fishing, camping, travelling, riding horses, roping, and spending time with his family.

Dr. Michelle Munck

Dr. Michelle Munck grew up in a veterinarian household in a rural agricultural area of eastern Washington. She dreamed of becoming a veterinarian from a very young age and diligently pursued that goal. She attended Washington State University and graduated with honors in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program. Her special interests in veterinary medicine include all farm animals as well as small animal internal medicine and soft-tissue surgery. She is very excited to be part of a mixed animal practice in a rural community. Outside of veterinary medicine she enjoys hiking, running, horseback riding, target shooting, swing dancing, drinking coffee and spending time with her two dogs, Cedar and Tisha.

We had an emergency with what we believe was a poisoned terrier. They took us right in and took fantastic care of our little loved one. They kept her all day but by days end she was doing better. Now she has made a full recovery but it sure was scary there for a little while. Dr. Palmer and all the staff were awesome! I just wanted everyone to know that Hometown made us feel like family. Little Frankie thanks you too!

- Danny Dark

The staff at Hometown are so unbelievably amazing. They truly care for our extended family members. I can't say enough great things especially Dr. Munck she has a special place in our hearts. She took such great care of our pup when he was sick. Thank you so much!!!

- Theresa Lynn Asher

Thanks to Dr. Amy for her kind compassionate care with our very old Dachshund. We were on vacation when our 15yr old doxie got very ill. Unfortunately we had to make that very hard end of life decision. Dr. Amy led us through the procedure, cried with us and gave us hugs. Thank you very much!!!

- Laurie Jorgensen

They are the best. Amy is amazing and so kind. She helped us with our pitty max who ended up having to put down because of cancer. She was there every step of the way making sure he was happy and comfortable.

- Angela Gould

Love the vets, techs, and all the staff are AMAZING! Exceptional care for all my animals. Friendly compassionate caregivers. Thank you so much to all, with a special thanks to Dr. Amy Hamm! You are a fantastic vet and I am pleased to call you friend and "Doc!"

- Julie Starr

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